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.c. who come into the studio. thank you. >> thank you. >>> back in 2008 when president obama was running for his first term, he told nbc that talks with iran were a priority. take a listen. >> i have consistently said that we've got to talk directly to iran, acceptsend them a clear m that they have to stop not only with their potential funding of militias inside of iraq, but also stop funding hamas and hezbollah, they have to stand down on their nuclear weapons. there will be tipped koncontinu consequences, but here are carrots and poll benefits if they change behavior. >> again president obama roughly five years ago on "meet the press". i want to bring in the brain trust now. esther arma and susan delpersio, and perry bacon. he is down in d.c.. good to see all of you on a sunday afternoon. again, president obama there five years ago saying that we should talk to the folks that we don't necessarily always agree with. we should talk to our enemies. and here you have another example, perry, of president obama talking to -- not just talking to an enemy, but engaging now with that enemy, bro
. shannon, baca. >> leland, thank you very much. president obama says now the burden is on iran to prove to the world its nuclear program will be exclusively used for peaceful purposes, but our next guest says softening sanctions now will be hard to change them in it future. congresswoman thank you for your time today. >> thank you, shannon. >> i want to touch on something leland vitter was talking about from our middle east bureau, the fact that israel's prime minister has reacted strongly to this. they are one of our closest allies. what message does this deal send? >> well, there's no doubt that this is a real threat to israel's security. the democratic state of israel, the jewish state of israel, has been our strongest ally. remember iran has said time and time again, death to israel, death to the united states. they have not changed their tune. it is a state sponsor of terrorism. they want to wipe israel off the map. just because you have a new president who's smiling and using his charm offensive in iran, he's charming the pants off of us, but he's not -- netanyahu is not to be foo
. >> of course that has a ripple effect across the country. thanks for the update. >>> president obama working today to put a nuclear deal with iran into the first light. he spoke with benjamin netanyahu. he calls this weekend's agreement a historic mistake. iran agreed to roll back parts of the nuclear program. that in exchange for some lifting of some economic sanctiones. the deal has a time line, though. six months. during time negotiators will try to hammer out something more permanent. last night's announcements was crossing the finish line so to speak. though it actually started months ago when the iranian people elected a new president with new priorities. i want to get aaron david miller in here, because he is with the woodrow wilson international center and both democratic and republican administrators. aaron, you wrote? "politico" today, let's not celebrate yet. why? >> because it is way too early, martin, to break up the champagne. a and as i mentioned, the article put the party hats on. you have the first step against the background of profound suspicions. secret channel notwithsta
a final pact together in the next six months. >> all right, major garrett, thanks. >>> president obama is in the west this morning, his trip includes politics and four fund-raisers today. last night he attend two events in seattle for the democratic party. this morning the president heads to san francisco where he will deliver a speech pushing immigration reform. tonight he will travel to los angeles. tomorrow he visits the dream works studio to talk about his economic agenda. >>> miley cyrus has a lot of people talking this morning. in los angeles last night, she closed the american music awards by ball. just tin timberlake won three. >> and taylor swift landed the most awards. fans voted her artist of the year. >> this validates that if you voted for this, that we are heartbroken the same way and we fall in love the same way and we're happy the same way. and the fact that you listen to my music means that we're on the same page and i'm 23 and i have no idea what's going to happen to me in my life, but i figure if you decided on something as wonderful as this, then we're pretty much i
capability in six months. >> jane harman from the woodrow wilson center. thanks very much. have a nice thanksgiving this week, as well. >> you too, wolf. >> president obama's poll numbers take another hit. this time it's getting a little bit more personal. a new ccc/orc poll shows a dramatic turn in the way the american public views the president's personal attributes. only 46% say he's honest and a strong leader down from 58 first in may and only four in ten think the president can manage government effectively. that happens to be a 12-point drop. our chief political analyst gloria borger is here. you've been going through the numbers. is it because of the failures of the affordable care act roll out? >> sure, i mean that's a huge part of it, not only because of the website but remember the president said if you like your health care policy, you can keep your health care policy. that turned out not to be the case. that can really account for the question of his honesty. also, this is a president whose second term has been plagued by lots of things. the nsa surveillance scandal, an the
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griffin, thank you. >>> the white house is confirming president obama has spoken with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu about the deal. we're told the president reaffirmed the shared goal of preventing iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon, but netanyahu is strongly against the deal. he calls it "a historic mistake." we have more live from jerusalem. leland, what are the people in jerusalem saying right now? >> reporter: the issue between the president and prime minister, two very different world views in terms of the iranian nuclear program. the leaders seem to be talking at each other, both privately and publicly. for the israelis, they say they do not want the iranians of to see the ability to get a bomb. that means dismantling their centrifuges, giving up their nuclear fuel, those things. for the united states, it seems enough the iranians don't actually have a bomb. which is a very distinct and different view of the world. prime minister netanyahu didn't pull any punches today after learning about this deal. >> last night is not a historic agreement, it's an historic mis
to obama care and political side with fund raising and big dollar donors and how that plays out. >> thank you very much. nasty weather is continuing to rain and some places snowing on thanksgiving travel plans. millions of people along the east coast, high winds could ground the balloons at tomorrow's thanksgiving day parade in new york city. out west, clear skies over the golden gate bridge in san francisco. at the busy portland airport in oregon, beautiful skies there as well. we'll be right back with more on the turkey day parade. as a business owner, i'm constantly putting out fires. so i deserve a small business credit card with amazing rewards. with the spark cash card from capital one, i get 2% cash back on every purchase, every day. i break my back around here. finally someone's recognizing me with unlimited rewards! meetings start at 11, cindy. [ male announcer ] get the spark business card from capital one. choose 2% cash back or double miles on every purchase, every day. what's in your wallet? i need your timesheets, larry! >>> as my friend tamron hall prepares to take over. hi
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. >> indeed. thank you very much. there is new controversy this morning surrounding the obama administration's weapons deal with iran which lifts economic sanctions in exchange for iran's freeze of nuclear weapon production. but one issue that wasn't even brought to the table, the release of an american pastor. we've been detailing on this program. the american citizen has spent the past year suffering inside an iranian prison simply for practicing his christian faith. so why did the white house pass on the chance to rescue an american citizen? peter johnson, jr. joins us live. what happened? >> effectively the president who won a nobel peace prize before he waged peace anywhere has effectively led pastor abediney for dead in iran. and so we forfeited any moral superiority in foreign policy or in terms of asserting human rights for people who are americans or not americans in the world. imagine this at home. if you have a relative and they've been taken hostage, captive in a foreign country for pursuing a country message, for being a minister, a person of the cloth and put in a prison and to
to president obama. i'm pleased to have him here to talk about something he has obviously a lot of involvement in before he left government. welcome. >> thank you, charlie. good to see you. >> rose: first question, how important do you think the fact is, as the president suggested, at long last we're having serious conversations with the iranians about things that divide us. >> well, i think it's very important. and it's important with respect to a very serious security issue that has been facing the united states and the region and the world and that is the iranian nuclear program. and i think that the first step agreement that has been reached is quite significant. it is significant in that it halts the progress of the program. it rolls back certain aspects of the program, especially the 20% enriched uranium. it provides a very inclusive monitoring and inspection regime and it addresses something that the israeli government has been very concerned about, and i think correctly, the heavy water reactor at iraq. so it provides a solid basis here for negotiations over the next six months. and on
deadline. back to you. >> kristen welker, thank you so much. let's get more on this big question, is it ready? want to bring in sarah cliff, health policy reporter for "the washington post" who's been living and breathing obama care for the past several months. also, christina bellatoni, political editor at the pbs news hour as well as juliet alprin. sarah, i want to start with you. i think it's important to always point out what we're seeing here and the problems and the headaches with the president, it's been a technical one. it's been a technical problem. so once the technical problems go away, do you feel that the american people will then start to embrace the affordable health care act in a much different way? >> it's hard to know for sure just because, as you mentioned, there have been so many technical problems. it's been very difficult to complete the process of shopping for health insurance through what we know is in a few of the states that are running their own markplaces -- there are 14 states setting up exchanges. there's been robust enrollment. calif
for president obama? joining me now, democratic congressman adam schiff. thank you for being here. >> you bet. >> your reaction to the deal, first up. what's it like? >> i think it's a positive step. look, none of this is going to be unmitigated. we certainly don't trust the iranians. we ought to go into this skeptically. it's going to be very hard to reach a deal six months from now. but i think we had to test the iranians to see whether rouhani is sincere, or even if he is, whether he can bring about the kind of change the ayatollah may oppose. so we have to test iran, but we should go into it with our eyes wide open. these inspections are going to have to be vigorous, but i think slowing down, stopping, and rolling back the iranian program as this does in the next six months is better than letting that program proceed at pace while we see if we can get to an agreement. >> i'd like to share with you some reaction from your colleagues, republican one, specifically on capitol hill. house majority leader eric cantor says, quote, i remain concerned this deal does not halt iran's enrichment ca c
with it as quickly a possible. >> thank you both for joining us this morning. >>> when we come back, what the iran deal means for president obama's legacy. i started part-time, now i'm a manager.n. my employer matches my charitable giving. really. i get bonuses even working part-time. where i work, over 400 people are promoted every day. healthcare starting under $40 a month. i got education benefits. i work at walmart. i'm a pharmacist. sales associate. i manage produce. i work in logistics. there's more to walmart than you think. vo: opportunity. that's the real walmart. the united states population is going to grow by over 90 ovemillion people,ears and almost all that growth is going to be in cities. what's the healthiest and best way for them to grow so that they really become cauldrons of prosperity and cities of opportunity? what we have found is that if that family is moved into safe, clean affordable housing, places that have access to great school systems, access to jobs and multiple transportation modes then the neighborhood begins to thrive and then really really take off. the oxygen o
that memorably upheld obama care but given the divisions on this court, this is going to be a very high-profile decision as well. thanks so much, pete williams, from the newsroom. >>> national security adviser susan rice is now on her way back from afghanistan after being stiffed by hamid karzai on what the u.s. thought was a final deal for post-war american traps to remain as military advisers. joining me now from afghanistan is nbc's chief foreign correspondent richard engel. richard, rice thought she was nailing down a deal that had been negotiated by john kerry and, instead, we had either karzai being karzai or karzai trying to play to the post-war taliban or other aspects of local politics. what is your assessment? >> reporter: well, i'm not sure exactly what karzai is trying to get out of this deal, and a lot of people are speculating and there's a great deal of frustration. most afghan analysts that we've spoken to believe that this has to do with local politics and that this has to do with karzai securing a future political position for himself. in april karzai is supposed to st
with you so i will keep it short and stop their. >> thank you all very much. a great discussion and we are only ten minutes over so thanks. "-close-quotes peanut >>> on tuesday former middle east adviser to president obama dennis ross took part in a panel discussion on the foreign policy challenges facing the president. among the topics of the recent agreement with iran on its nuclear program and efforts to begin peace negotiations in serious. hosted by the new america foundation, about one hour and 40 minutes. >> i run the national security program here. this is part of a series that we have done over the past couple of years with our partners, the center for the new america security and the american enterprise institute. it's the seventh in a series of programs we have been focusing on national security. we have an all-star team to talk about the coming challenges and opportunities for the obama administration in the next three years. they are ambassador dennis ross on your far left who is incredibly distinguished public service career focus back to the jimmy carter administration an
in afghanistan. in afghanistan. >>> and that is all for us today. thanks for sharing part of your sunday with us. check out "world news" with david muir tonight. and barbara walters' interview with president obama and the first lady next friday at 10:00. i'll see you tomorrow on "good morning america." at 10:00. i'll see you tomorrow on "good morning america." >>> in the news this sunday, a deal that curbs the rams nuclear conditions. why an alley is not pleased. >>> a huge fire engulfs a home and business in san francisco. how a business owner helps save his customers. >>> and with a little moisture in the air, take a look at this landscape. cold numbers still in the 30s in the north bay.
introduce an additional duplex the. that is something we would want them to do. >> thank you, mr. speaker. we welcome this agreement as a first step in a long process. president obama and the american congress stopping the foreign secretary -- if it is sufficient this is a very serious issue. [indiscernible] >> the debate we have on whatever side anyone is on with military action related to syria and not iran is very much part of our policy to promote a political solution in syria, including a feast conference on syria. -- including a peace conference syria. i met with people in his temple in a peace conference. that has now been announced for the 22nd of january. we will do everything we can to find a peaceful solution on syria. >> mr. stephen o'brien. >> i apologize for missing the first few moments of the statement. that is a very significant admission. on this occasion, honesty should be rewarded. i must say, not withstanding his immense distinction, i am afraid it will not be allowed again. he has been very candid. >> i thought transparency was the better decision. it would depend
and the iranian president right there. thank you. jenna: we'll talk more about that. this temporary deal is just that, a six month agreement meant to buy the obama administration and allies more time to pursue a long term deal but that may be easier thd than done. since the president took office, the size of eyian's nuclear program has exploded. since 2007, the president of low enriched uranium has more than quadrupled. number of centrifuges turning out all that nuclear material has grown from 3,000 in 2007 to a whopping 18,000 today. as we speak, work continues on the heavy water reactor at iran's rock plants. when it's finished, it's expected to produce enough plutonium for one or two nuclear bombs per year. joining me is vice president of the wood row wilson center and i like your approach to this. talk to viewers about this. you say the deal is neither as compelling as the administration maintaining nor as catastrophic as netanyahu maintains. so take us down that middle row what does this all mean? >> it's a work in progress. is it a great agreement? no. it's not a great agreement and nobody
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to develop a nuclear weapon. president obama has indicated that if iran doesn't keep up its side of the bargain, that they can ratchet up the pressure very, very quickly. del. >> lisa, thank you very much. >> many iranians happy about the deal, saying they hope it helps the country emerge from years of economic isolation. crowds took to the streets of iran after hearing the news. >> many in tehran stayed up all night, thousands making their way to the airport, giving a hero'sble come to the prime minister, hailing him as an ambassador for peace. vile's prime minister saying the deal will make the world a more dangerous place. president obama telephoned netanyahu. but netanyahu calling the deal a historic mistake. for more, we are joined from jerusalem now. world leadiers describing this as a breakthrough, but some say it is not that, including israel. who's right, who's wrong? >> at the end of the day, the relationship will survive and two sides agree to disagree. there's a huge amount of tension right now. there's an ideological difference here. the u.s. has signed a deal that f
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